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Xavier Cortada's Public Art


Xavier Cortada, "Four Elements at the Frost: Ignis," 2008.Public Art


Art in State Buildings
Four Elements at the Frost, 2008
Frost Art Museum 
Miami, Florida 

Broward County Public Art and Design Program
Pelican Path and Starfish Shuffle, 2013
Port Everglades Terminal 2
Hollywood, FL

Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places/City of Miami Gardens

Splash!, 2012
Miami Gardens, FL


Monroe County Art in Public Places
Native Canopy,  2009
Murray E. Nelson Upper Keys Government and Cultural Center
Key Largo, FL 


Pinellas County Public Art and Design Program
Florida Botanical Gardens, 2009
Largo, FL 

Also:
Xavier Cortada, The Reclamation Project/Coastal Reforestation, 2008
Xavier Cortada, The Reclamation Project/Urban Reforestation, 2009




Public Art ReviewCortada's eco-art work through the Reclamation Project is featured in Public Art Review:

Green Museum, by Allison Compton, Public Art Review, Issue 40, pp 52-55 (Spring/Summer 2009).




Calendar

9/27/2014 » 1/4/2015
Glenbow Museum (Calgary, Canada): Vanishing Ice: Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art, 1775 - 2012

11/19/2014 » 2/1/2015
30 Years on the Road: ArtCenter | South Florida

11/20/2014 » 1/15/2015
Urban Arts International Art Exhibit

12/15/2014 » 12/19/2014
DARK MATTER, STRING THEORY and JAZZ: CMS Physicists in Miami

FIU College of Architecture + The Arts


Xavier Cortada
Artist-in-Residence
Florida International University
College of Architecture + The Arts
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 430
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Xavier Cortada's participatory art practice is based at Florida International University.






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 Reclamation Project






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